I have always referred to my husband as G-Man here on my blog. Why?
Well, a friend of mine started calling him that several years ago. Why?
Because he worked for the Federal Government for twenty-eight years.
He started to work for the FBI in 1976. The last eight years of his career, he was a polygraph expert - YES, I am married to a man who can tell if I
He retired in 2004, but still continues working for the Bureau as an independent contractor today.
Why I am suddenly discussing G-Man??? Because March 13th is his birthday!!! And, I love him a whole lot!
G-Man has an office here at Blue Creek Home. It is filled with things he loves and he spends a lot of time working there. He spills out into the adjoining dining room and sometimes into the great room.
But since he is the bread winner, I don't complain - much!
I thought I would share a little part of his world at Blue Creek Home today.
This was a retirement gift from the Bureau.
Wall behind G-Man's desk
Wall to the left of his desk
There are always two computers, sometimes three on his desk!
The names and the faces have been changed to protect the innocent!!!
I couldn't resist!!!
His bookcases are filled with books, Auburn things, and family photos.
given to G-Man by our neighbor, one of Chico's current art students.
Cheeko is a local artist/teacher
I took art lessons from her for over a year
Alex took for about six months
Cheeko is from Japan - notice her signature at bottom right.
I'm not sure what area she is from
but she visits family in Japan once a year.
I pray that they are all safe.
He had the opportunity to purchase this awesome .40 caliber Glock
which we have safely displayed in a glass case.
He even asked me to recover the bottom in a masculine fabric-
When we were dating, he helped me purchase my first gun -
it was the smallest little Smith and Wesson.
He took me to the firing range a couple of times
before he let me take it to my apartment.
I have to be honest. I spent many sleepless nights in the early years of our marriage. I worried a lot about his safety. He left his work at the Federal Building and that is the way it should have been. I knew he saw some horrible things during his career, but he always changed into his husband/father clothes before he opened the door at home. Thanks for that G.
Happy Birthday!!! I hope you have a wonderful day!